Rep. Ugaste, Sen. DeWitte Partner with IL Tollway to Help Motorists Switch Over to New Sticker System

In an effort to help motorists update their IPASS technology to the new stickers that are replacing plastic transponders, State Senator Don DeWitte (R-St. Charles) and State Representative Dan Ugaste (R-Geneva) are partnering with the Illinois Tollway for an event that will be held on Wednesday, July 10 at the lawmakers’ shared office in St. Charles.

“Officials from the Illinois Tollway will be on hand to help people transfer over to the new sticker technology and ensure people can make the switch without disruption to their IPASS account activity,” said DeWitte. “Along with providing this service, the tollway officials can help people with questions they may have about their IPASS account and with ‘Pay by Plate’ issues.

IPASS On Demand Event
Wednesday, July 10
12:00 Noon until 4:00 PM
DeWitte-Ugaste St. Charles Office
406 Surrey Woods Drive
St. Charles

“I look forward to partnering with Senator DeWitte and the Illinois Tollway to provide this helpful service,” stated Rep. Ugaste. “These sticker tags will assist motorists with a more convenient and reliable travel experience.”

Once activated, the sticker tag can be used on the Illinois tollway and on E-Z Pass roadways in other states within 24 hours of activation. There is no deposit required for the sticker and the $10 transponder deposit that was paid when a transponder was purchased will transfer to the new account when it is activated.

For additional information about this free event, please contact Paige at